Described by Match of the Day as the greatest FA Cup shock of all time, this was an amazing match. Bradford City of the 1st Division outplayed Chelsea who sat proudly, 5 points clear, at the top of the Premiership. Not with aerial bombardment and brutish force but with intricate passing, deft flicks, surging runs, never say die spirit and 4 tremendous goals. And all this from 2-0 down at Stamford Bridge. No Mourinho team had ever conceded 4 goals at home before. John Stead was a revelation starting the fight back with a stunning left foot strike and then laying on two more for his team mates. But this was a team effort from the Bantams that will live in the memory for a long, long time - and not just for Bradford fans. The FA Cup - it's magic (it's magic, it's magic).